The PM's blast against Jean-Claude Juncker delighted his MPs - but he'll let them down in the end.
Without new money, the health service will be condemned to years of dangerous decline.
Sixty per cent believe immigration has benefited Britain and are much more likely to be pro-EU.
After a strong start, the shadow education secretary's voice is absent from the education debate, and his party is being reactive and not proactive on education. They have less than a year to turn this around.
The Labour peer and Miliband strategist on how the party would seek to reduce inequality.
A review of the French economist's appearance with Miliband strategist Stewart Wood.
Ninety six per cent of people support a fairer system, with the richest paying more than double the poorest.
The Foreign Secretary says "I don't think the invasion itself was a mistake".
If the Tories won't face up to the problems in the health service, it's time to make way for a government that will.
The IPPR report will play a crucial role in shaping Labour's policy platform for the election.
The Labour leader has been left looking like a man trying to have it all ways.
If the debate moves on to more fertile Labour territory such as public services the Conservatives will likely struggle.
It would benefit savers and could be seen as a sign of a return to economic normality.
The PM's decision to withdraw the Tories from the mainstream European People's Party made it inevitable that his party would form eurosceptic partnerships.
The party's present strategy of managing a declining poll lead must be altered.
We will only sustain support for an open and dynamic market economy if we show that it can work for all, and not just some.
Patients should not be put off going to hospital, nor relatives from visiting their loved ones, by parking fees.
What the Lib Dem minister told a recent parliamentary party away day.
The PM believes the wind is blowing his way - and some in Labour fear he is right.
The former PM has had plenty of time to give us a glimpse of what his "progressive" Britain might look like. We’re still waiting.
After the loss of her special adviser, the Home Secretary is now under attack over a huge backlog of passport appplications.
The government's policy of Individual Electoral Registration will make things worse.
Inequality is the single biggest threat to our economy, our society and to the wellbeing of the British people today.
People need to be able to feel they can effect change in their own backyard before they can change the world.
Did she know the letter was going to be released? And why did it take three days for it to be removed?
This week's summit must not be the culmination of the government's efforts.
The Deputy PM's rejection of "austerity forever" is an important point of difference with the Tories.
Home Secretary accused by Labour of breaking the ministerial code and ordered to appear before select committee.
Even at a time of austerity, it is a small price for a big gain.
Michael Dugher writes to Jeremy Heywood protesting at the use of "long-term plan" in the address.